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THE GREEN MAGAZINE AND THE PGA CEMENT A NEW PARTNERSHIP

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
March 19, 2009

CONTACT:
The Green "Golf Beyond the Links"
Public Relations
Ina Samuels-Martinez, Inam@thegreenmagazine.com
Tricia Rubino, Trubino@thegreenmagazine.com
212-629-4920
www.thegreenmagazine.com


THE GREEN MAGAZINE AND THE PGA CEMENT A NEW PARTNERSHIP

New York, NY (BlackNews.com) - A provocative mix of golf, luxury lifestyle and exclusive entertainment--The Green Magazine represents the good life well lived for people of every color and background. We are a bi-monthly publication that features accomplished personalities, well-known entertainers, sports celebrities and leading business figures that share our reader's unyielding passion for golf.

The editorial format includes in-depth equipment reviews, travel, leisure, finance, culinary trends, fine arts, culture and more. With a loyal and responsive readership of 800,000, The Green Magazine is the premier outlet for the aspirations and desires of the affluent multicultural marketplace.

It is our great honor to announce that The Green Magazine has been granted the title of A PGA of America Diverse Supplier. Our efforts to expose the multi-cultural community to the wonders of the course continue to yield tremendous dividends. We thank the PGA, our partners, associates and readers.




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